Understanding Sustainability

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Willard, Bob. 2005. The Next Sustainability Wave: Building Boardroom Buy-in. New Society Publishers, Gabriola Island, British Columbia.

Willard, Terri. 2001. Helping Knowledge Networks Work, Version 1.0. International Institute for Sustainable Development, Winnipeg. [PDF]

Willers, Bill. 1994. "Sustainable Development: A New World Deception." Conservation Biology 8(4):1146-1148. [PDF]

Williams, A. Park, Craig D. Allen, Alison K. Macalady, Daniel Griffin, Connie A. Woodhouse, David M. Meko, Thomas W. Swetnam, Sara A. Rauscher, Richard Seager, Henri D. Grissino-Mayer, Jeffrey S. Dean, Edward R. Cook, Chandana Gangodagamage, Michael Cai, and Nate G. McDowell. 2013. "Temperature as a potent driver of regional forest drought stress and tree mortality." Nature Climate Change 3:292-297.

Williams, Colin C. 1996. "The New Barter Economy: An Appraisal of Local Exchange and Trading Systems (LETS)." Journal of Public Policy 16(1):85-101. 

Williams, Daniel R., and Susan I. Stewart. 1998. "Sense of place: An elusive concept that is finding a home in ecosystem management." Journal of forestry 96.5: 18-23. [PDF]

Williams, Eric and Takashi Tagami. 2002. "Energy Use in Sales and Distribution via E-Commerce and Conventional Retail: A Case Study of the Japanese Book Sector." Journal of Industrial Ecology 6(2):99-114. [abstract]

Williams, Garnett P. 1997. Chaos Theory Tamed. National Academies Press, Washington, D.C.

Williams, Jeremy B. and Judith M. McNeill. 2005. "The Current Crisis in Neoclassical Economics and the Case for an Economic Analysis based on Sustainable Development." U21 Global Working Paper # 0001/2005, U21 Global, Graduate School for Global Leaders. [PDF

Williams, John W., Stephen T. Jackson, and John E. Kutzbach. 2007. "Projected Distributions of Novel and Disappearing Climates by 2100 AD." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104(14):5738-5742. [news article 1, news article 2]

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